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    Default Best newborn MCN

    I am sure this has been done many times before...

    But I am pregnant and it was a huge suprise and i used MCN with my last two children from 12 months and 6 weeks old, but really would like to use them from birth this time. As i tend to go early i have smaller babies and i prefered AIO/SIO or pockets, but am open to prefolds and cover aswell.

    So hit me with your best newborn mcn.... I have bought 1 so far, a grovia newborn and it looks good, i am looking at getting some baby joeys, as i loved rumparooz.

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    i was going to suggest rumparooz - i used them from a week old.

    I had BBH and flats and didn't use them - they were too bulky.

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    I am definately going to use rumparooz again, just wasn't sure if they would be too big for smaller newborn?. I do like bbh but they are better for a couple of months i think

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    Ds was 3.59kg so decent size. I mean they wide but I liked them

    Actually I also have a couple of issy bear pockets abs bonnibums inserts. Both were good for nb. Issu bear still fit but bonnibums are too short in the rise

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    Thank you, I know it took my last son a while to grow into issue bear, he was 2.6kg at 35 weeks.

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